Joomla! Basics
How-To: Joomla! Basics Introduction Print E-mail

Joomla! is a Content Management System (or CMS). What does this mean? A CMS provides a friendly interface to changing a site's content. Anyone familiar with typical office products such as Word or Open Office can easily maintain a Joomla! web site.

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How-To: Joomla! Terminology Print E-mail

Within Joomla!, the various areas of the output are handled in different ways, and by understanding a few of the terms it will be easier to understand where certain content is to be updated.

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How-To: Authority Levels of Site Users Print E-mail

Joomla! offers the ability to provide various functions to different site users. There are three main categories and multiple sub-levels:

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How-To: MetaData Print E-mail

Joomla! makes it easy for search engines to understand your page.

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How-To: Show/Hide Content Print E-mail

Content that is date sensitive can be automatically handled for you when you specify a "start publishing" and "end publishing" dates. It is also possible to hide content on a temporary or permant basis by simply unpublishing the article, or disabling a module.

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How-To: Parameters Advanced Print E-mail

Site style, especially in the way articles are displayed is fully customizable within the Joomla! CMS.

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How-To: Links and Menus Print E-mail

Each menu on your site is defined using the Menu Manager.

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How-To: Joomla! Extensions Print E-mail

There are currently over 4500+ extensions to Joomla available, so most desired functionaly already exists. Many of these are free. If you would like some type of extended functionality for your site, we are here to assist you.

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